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GAP board thanks area churches, civic groups, schools for their assistance

To the Editor: The Board of Directors of the Gap Assistance Program of Ray County, Inc. would like to thank the following organizations and churches for their support and assistance…

Humane Society of Ray County: Two-for-one cat special continues this weekend

The Humane Society of Ray County has a selection of adoptable cats and dogs at its shelter. Regular adoption days are each Saturday and Sunday from 1-3 p.m. at 200…

Cajun dinner Saturday at Shrine Club

Richmond Shrine Club is bringing a little bit of Louisiana to Richmond Saturday hosting a Cajun Low-Country Boil with shrimp, crawfish, sausage and all the fixings Saturday 6 to 8…

Ray County Fair: Then and now, it’s always a good time

By Linda Emley The Ray County Fair starts this week and it’s fun to have people enjoying the good old summertime events that are part of a county fair. I’m…

Carnival returns to Richmond during fair time, July 17-20

Kids didn’t see much carnival action at this year’s snowy Mushroom Festival, so festival organizers jumped at the chance to accept an open date from Evans Midland Carnival. After all,…

Dance band Boomerz kicks off Ray County Fair

FAIR KICK-OFF NIGHT Friday, July 12 7:30 to 11:30 p.m., Kansas City-area band Boomerz performs classic rock and country dance tunes at the livestock barn of Ray County Fairgrounds Cover…

Ray Co. Fair Schedule of Events

Friday, July 12 “Fair Kick-off Night” Boomerz performs 7:30-11:30 p.m. Gates open at 7, livestock barn, fairgrounds, $5   Saturday, July 13 Shooting Sports, 8 a.m., fairgrounds Classic Car, Truck…

Pint, ‘banger’ terms of survival in pub-eze

By Jason Offutt Author’s note: I recently spent three and a half weeks teaching in London. The next few weeks I’ll explore what it was like living in that city.…

Jack Remembers: Gold plated or not, Betty was the best friend a guy could have

By Jack Hackley I lost my best friend.  Her name was Betty, and I have bought her breakfast and dinner every day for the past ten years. After I moved…

Pat’s Pantry: Summer Veggies

By Pat Mills This is about the time gardens start to produce those wonderful veggies and we need some new good recipes to use them up.  Fresh vegetables can be…